We’re in Phase 2, which means, you are allowed to go to the gym but if you want to minimise out-of-home activities or simply have no time to leave the house to exercise because this work-from-home situation is not doing any favours to your work-life balance, fret not, you can still work out at home.
With the click of our mouse, we can find a huge variety of fitness videos online. Plus, working out at home is not only low-cost, but it also offers privacy as well as protection from crowds and gym neighbours. You get to save time travelling to and fro the gym, and there’s the convenience of working out at your own time without the need to wait.
What’s more, there’s a mind-boggling amount of online workouts we can access from home. A good number of them are free, or accessible simply by enduring a 30-second advert.
The most popular online videos or fitness instructors may get you to start moving and even inspire you to raise energy levels enough for a HIIT session, but is that workout worth your time, or your dime if it is a paid subscription to boot? Worse, improper form demonstrated in the video may cause injury on top of being ineffective.
Here are some tips to suss out fitness instructors who know their stuff and pick a workout that truly suits your needs.